From Dusk Till Dawn, I.S.S., and 8 more horror movies coming to Paramount+ in June 2024

From Dusk Till Dawn, I.S.S., and a new season of Criminal Minds are among the many offerings on Paramount+ this June.
On the set of From Dusk Till Dawn
On the set of From Dusk Till Dawn / Sunset Boulevard/GettyImages

We've reached the end of May, which means looking ahead to what will be available to watch this June. A solid list of horror and thriller titles is coming to Paramount+ next month, including a new season of the crime drama Criminal Minds and all three From Dusk Till Dawn movies.

And don't forget that the fourth and final season of Evil just premiered! New episodes stream every Thursday.

Let's look at the most exciting offerings dropping on Paramount+ in June. See what horror titles Paramount+ added in May here.

*Unless otherwise noted, every movie listed below is coming to Paramount+ on June 1.

I.S.S. (2023)

This sci-fi thriller was released in theaters to little fanfare this past January and middling reviews from critics.

Tensions flare on the International Space Station when rival astronauts receive orders from their respective countries to take the space station by any means necessary. Oscar-winning actress Ariana DeBose stars.

Criminal Minds: Evolution

While not a horror movie, there is plenty of overlap between horror fans and crime dramas like Criminal Minds. The long-running procedural returns with new episodes as part of its 17th season on June 6, with a new season subtitled Evolution.

After dealing with a network of serial killers in the previous season, the new episodes see the BAU investigating a deadly conspiracy known as Gold Star. Two episodes will drop on June 6, followed by one per week until the finale on August 1.

10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)

This harrowing and claustrophobic addition to the Cloverfield universe also happens to be one of the best. Featuring a truly disturbing performance from John Goodman and the consistently excellent Mary Elizabeth Winstead, 10 Cloverfield Lane is about a woman who wakes up in an underground bunker with two men claiming the Earth above them has become uninhabitable.

From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)

Robert Rodriguez's classic grindhouse vampire action-horror flick, which stars Harvey Keitel, George Clooney, Juliette Lewis, Salma Hayek, and Quentin Tarantino (who also penned the script based on a story by Robert Kurtzman), is coming to Paramount+ on June 1 alongside its lesser-known sequels, Texas Blood Money, and The Hangman's Daughter (a prequel).

Kiss the Girls (1997)

Based on James Patterson's popular crime novel, Kiss the Girls is a psychological neo-noir thriller starring Morgan Freeman as a detective and forensic psychologist investigating the kidnapping of his niece. The 2001 sequel, Along Came a Spider, is also streaming on Paramount+.

Shutter Island (2010)

Another fantastic psychological thriller, Shutter Island stars Leonardo Dicaprio and Mark Ruffalo as partnered detectives called in to investigate the disappearance of a murderess from a seemingly locked room in an insane asylum housed on a remote island. Directed by Martin Scorsese and based on the novel by Dennis Lehane.

Super 8 (2011)

Written and directed by J.J. Abrams and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Super 8 is the perfect sci-fi thriller for those nostalgic for the late 1970s.

Paying homage to classics like Stand By Me and The Goonies, Super 8 follows a group of teenagers trying to make their own Super 8 movie in a fictional small town when they stumble upon something terrifying.

Vampire in Brooklyn (1995)

If you're looking for something more lighthearted but still very much in the horror genre, I recommend giving this 1995 cult classic starring Eddie Murphy and Angela Bassett a chance. This Wes Craven-directed horror comedy features Bassett as a detective assigned to investigate a serial killing when she meets the charismatic Maximillian (Murphy), unaware he's a powerful old vampire.

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